Sunday, January 10, 2010

Weekend Reflections #16

Reflection of Union Station, Ottawa through the windows of the beautiful Scottish Ontario Chambers built in 1883. The Royal Bank Building reflecting downtown Ottawa.
Notre Dame Basicillica as seen from the huge windows at the National Gallery of Canada.
For other worldly reflections visit James at Newton Area Photos.

12 comments:

Diane AZ said...

Beautiful buildings with lovely reflections. The last image is an exquisite blend of indoors and outside.

mbkatc230 said...

Beautiful series of reflection shots, I love the last one. What a grand building. Kathy

eileeninmd said...

Wonderful reflections, and a great set of photos. The last one is also my favorite.

Susan said...

Great shots of my favourite city...

Janie said...

Great reflections. I especially like the last one. The cathedral looks so clear.

Lorac said...

Carolyn, nice downtown shots! The reflections a great.

James said...

Some old and some new but all are really neat pictures. I like them all.

Powell River Books said...

This post is a good "reflection" on you. The Scottish Ontario Chambers is a wonderful building. - Margy

Stine in Ontario said...

I love seeing Ottawa through your lens! The reflections are great.

Tammie Lee said...

you do take wonderful city photos!

Judy said...

I used to live in downtown Ottawa, but I had forgotten how beautiful the buildings can be! Thank you for reminding me!!!

Vagabonde said...

These are impressive buildings. I would love to visit Ottawa, your pictures show that city so well.

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